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ACCT303: MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING B CASE STUDY REPORT ASSIGNMENT General Requirements The due date for submission will be your tutorial in week 10 (starting 7 October, 2013). Submit your assignment to your tutor at the START of the tutorial. No submissions by fax or e-mail will be entertained. A softcopy of the assignment must also be uploaded onto LEO in the assignment drop-box with the name of one member of the group as the file name. Late submission of assignments will result in appropriate penalty. Please refer to the ACU handbook for clarification on penalty for late submission. Groups of two students each will be formed. All hard copies of assignments must contain ACU assignment cover sheets duly signed by all members declaring that it is an original work. Assignments must be properly printed out on A-4 sized sheets, with appropriate referencing and bibliography. Plagiarism will not be tolerated and will result in no marks being awarded. Case Background [20 marks - equivalent to 20% overall weighting] This case study is modified from Case 14.44, p. 680-681 of Langfield-Smith, K, Thorne, H & Hilton, RW 2012, Management accounting, information for creating and managing value, 6th edn, McGraw-Hill, North Ryde. AWB is an international company which manufactures and sells cosmetic products. Recently AWB underwent restructuring. Under the old structure, it was divided into 9 business units based on countries, e.g. Thailand, Singapore, China etc. Each business unit was headed by a managing director (MD), who is responsible for marketing and manufacturing. Each MD was remunerated based on the monthly business unit profitability. Under the MDs, there were Production Managers and Marketing Managers. They were remunerated according to their personal, department and business unit performance, i.e. a fix sum plus some percent of profit. To compete in the marketplace and improve organizational performance, AWB...

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